Dominican University Tuition
—Sue Stavn, Assistant Dean
All regular employees working at least 20 hours per week are eligible for benefits on the first day of the month following the date of active employment. Eligibility includes employee, spouse or registered domestic partner, and/or legal dependents. Temporary employees, except where applicable by law, are not eligible for University-funded benefits.
Group Health Insurance
Comprehensive medical, vision, and dental insurance is provided. Portions of the premiums are the responsibility of the employee through payroll deduction, the amount of which is determined by employment status, plans chosen, and number of dependents.
Flexible Spending Account for Health and/or Dependent Care
In accordance with provisions of Section 125 of the Internal Revenue Code, the Flexible Spending Account allows employees to set aside a specific portion of their pre-tax pay, through payroll deduction, to reimburse certain health and dependent care expenses (i.e, medical co-pays, pharmaceutical products, daycare, etc.) with pretax dollars.
The University’s retirement plan is offered through TIAA-CREF (the Teachers Insurance Annuity Association – College Retirement Equities Fund). Upon hire, employees are eligible to participate in the group retirement plan. After one year, the University contributes an amount equal to three percent of salary into a TIAA-CREF account in the employee’s name. Additionally, the University will match up to five percent of the employee’s contribution, for a total University contribution of up to eight percent. Employees may be eligible for University matching amounts after one year of service to the University.
Employees are also eligible to contribute their own additional money through TIAA-CREF’s Supplemental Retirement Annuity (SRA) plan. Employee voluntary contributions are deducted from salary on a tax-deferred basis.
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